[recipe]Peanut Sauce/Dressing - - Cloves garlic, tamari sauce ((or coconut aminos)), vinegar, Dates, limes (Juice (1 tbsp)), peanut butter, water, Blend ingredients in a high speed blender until smooth. ; Serve with Thai salad or the Buddha Bowl. Or really, anything…; -
[recipe]Pomegranate Dressing - - pomegranate juice, Apple Cider Vinegar, Clove garlic, ginger, water, Dates, Blend all ingredients in a high speed blender.; Store in an air-tight container; Store in refrigerator; - (recipe)
This is probably my favorite oil-free / nutritarian salad dressing. The tahini gives it just the perfect toasted flavor. SO GREAT!!
This Fresh Cumin Dressing is another favorite of mine. When you're not adding salt to your recipes, lemon REALLY helps. Lemon plus garlic really really helps. And lemon plus garlic plus cumin... YASSS. Try this one with the Rainbow Quinoa Salad. You'll be glad you did!
This dressing is actually an offshoot of Dr. Fuhrman's delicious Walnut Vinaigrette. This one is made with dates and pecans instead of walnuts and raisins. Only because I am allergic to walnuts and I always have dates laying around. SO here you go! This recipe is awesome...
Sometimes you just need a good, solid, comfort dish. Pesto on pasta would definitely be that for me. Here's a nutritarian pesto recipe that won't break your rhythm. And here's something that I JUST discovered... RED LENTIL PASTA. I like it better than some of the gluten free pastas that I've experimented with. This one really tastes like a cheat, but it's totally legal!!
No-oil salad dressings can be tough. Tough to find, tough to love... you get the point. This one is a nice departure from the typical nutritarian vinegar-based dressings. This one is, of course, citrus-based. Try it and let us know what you think.